Date Listed: 23 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 326938
OS Grid Reference: TA1187680686
OS Grid Coordinates: 511876, 480686
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2097, -0.2861
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SCARBOROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL
TA 1 80 and FILEY CARGATE HILL
TA 11 80 (north.side)
House, now 4 dwellings. 1891-93. By W. Brierley for Miss E. Clarke.
Jacobethan style. Dressed sandstone; ashlar dressings; tiled roof. Main
front: 2 storeys, 5 bays, gabled at ends and centre with attics, recessed
between. Off-centre castellated porch with dated cartouche over basket
arch. Gabled bay to right has 2-storey, 3 window canted bay, with
castellated parapet. Mullion windows with square leaded lights throughout,
with transoms to ground floor. Moulded first floor band. Coped gables with
ball finials. C20 dormers. Rear: 3-light mullion and double transom
staircase window with trefoil heads and decorative glazing. At end left is
a 3-storey castellated tower with raised bands at first floor, eaves and
parapet levels. 3-storey canted bay to seaward front. Left front: former
service range with conical-roofed kitchen and scrolled, bracketed eaves.
Irregular stacks pierce the pitched roof. A number of Arts and Crafts
wrought iron features survive including a filigree bell pull to right of
porch entrance, a lantern within the porch, and a bracketed bell hung over
the kitchen yard. H. Muthesius, Das Englische Haus, figs. 200 and 214.
Listing NGR: TA1187680686
Source: English Heritage
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